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Meece Trial Begins

Updated: 08/21/2006 - Jury selection has begun in Warren County for a Lexington man set to go on trial for an Adair County murder that happened nearly thirteen years ago.

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Heritage Trail Project

Updated: 08/21/2006 - Last week Bowling Green officials announced that US Bank would be the lead corporate sponsor for the city's Heritage Trail Project.

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Warrant Program

Updated: 08/21/2006 - Kentucky is testing a program that puts all outstanding warrants into a database accessible by law enforcement and courts statewide.

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Master Plan Kicks Off for Freshman

Updated: 08/21/2006 - Despite a soggy start to his day, Bardstown freshman Chris Druor is looking forward to the week ahead of him.

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Meece Trial To Begin

Updated: 08/21/2006 - A Lexington man is set to go on trial this week in Warren County for an Adair County triple murder that happened nearly 13 years ago.

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Kentucky's Aging Population

Updated: 08/21/2006 - As the country's baby boomer population retires there is a lot of talk about how they will be supported in their older years.

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Lake Cumberland Drowning

Updated: 08/21/2006 - An eight-year old Southern Kentucky child drowned in Lake Cumberland Saturday morning when the car the child was in plunged into the water.

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Beech Bend Accident

Updated: 08/21/2006 - A child was airlifted to the hospital after being struck by a car at Beech Bend Park.

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Nationwide Drunk Driving Campaign

Updated: 08/21/2006 - Officers nationwide are kicking off a campaign called "Drunk Driving Over the Limit/Under Arrest" until Labor Day.

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Beech Bend Battle

Updated: 08/18/2006 - The battle over Beech Bend Road has been ongoing for several years, and now a new ruling may or may not prolong it. The Kentucky Court of Appeals has ruled the disputed part of the road belongs to Warren County.

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Apocalypse Now? - Part 3

Updated: 08/18/2006 - As the conflicts in the Middle East continue, debate persists in the Christian community, over whether those battles signal the end of the world. In a recent unscientific WBKO poll, 76 percent of you felt the violence in the Middle East was predicted in the Bible. Previously we heard from two religious scholars who agree with you. Today we hear from two who join the 24 percent of you who do not, in part three of "Apocalypse Now?"

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WKU Convocation

Posted: 08/18/2006 - With Western’s fall semester fast approaching faculty and staff gathered for a pep talk from University President Gary Ransdell.

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Kentucky Falls Short on Fighting Cancer

Posted: 08/18/2006 - Louisville, KY. (AP) – The American Cancer Society reports that Kentucky falls short when it comes to fighting cancer.

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Rachel's Challenge

Updated: 08/18/2006 - Messages of kindness are being spread by the family and friends of one of the victims of the Columbine shootings.

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Mickey Mosher Arraignment

Updated: 08/18/2006 - A toxicology report has been released on an Indiana woman accused of killing two Bowling Green businessmen.

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Apocalypse Now? - Part 2

Updated: 08/21/2006 - Tensions remain high in the Middle East, despite a tenuous cease-fire between Israel and Lebanon. Many religious scholars say this latest fighting is predicted in the bible. Others say that's reading way too much into the scriptures.

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